Closed: Win with Tamara & Voilà! Feel Beautiful

This competition is now closed. Congratulations to the winner, Nicole van Ster-Grosch who is the winner of her very own breezy by fashion label, Voilà! Feel Beautiful.

Voilà! Feel Beautiful got me red carpet ready for the Mercedes-Benz Bokeh SA International Fashion Film Festival over the weekend. I absolutely love their creation, the breezy and received so many compliments at the event and on social media.

Now you can stand a chance to win your very own black and white breezy.

The breezy can be worn in various ways. These are my favourite styles:

Tamara Metrowich, Voila Feel Beautiful, Breezy

To enter, all you need to do is:

  1. Subscribe to my blog with your email address (left hand column on my blog)
  2. Like the Voilà! Feel Beautiful Facebook page
  3. Update your Twitter status with: “I want to win with @Voila_Beautiful and @TamaraMetrowich.” Don’t forget to tag me and the brand in your status to ensure that your name is entered into the draw.

Please note that this competition closes at midday on Tuesday, 7 April 2015 and the winner will be announced shortly thereafter. This competition is only open to residents of South Africa.


More about the brand:

Voilà! Feel beautiful is a lifestyle brand striving for global coverage.

We upcycle old t-shirts into completely new and different products (where there is a shortage of t-shirts we use factory offcuts).  All our products are handmade and all made in South Africa. A t-shirt upcycled saves the environmental cost of a T-shirt produced.

The main driving force behind the brand is the community based initiative that we are in the process of establishing, wherein we are striving to restore the dignity of the girl-child and empower the dis-empowered women of Africa.

The main objective of this initiative is to curb the school dropout rate of young girls, due to the un-affordability of sanitary pads and secondary to that is to create employment for women. Research shows that at least 1 in 10 school-age African girls miss school and do not attend school during their periods.

How this will be achieved, is through employment of women to make the products and a portion of the proceeds is will be used to buy washable sanitary pads for young girls.

Making a difference has never looked this FAB!


Your friend in fashion


Tamara Metrowich


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